A San Francisco resident proved there is no limit to the trivialities that will trigger the left and simultaneously demonstrated their self-awareness is near non-existent by taking to the streets to issue an “urgent” public notice on behavior in the Bay Area, including a call to end wearing vests out of concern of looking “like a Republican.”
Travel writer Stuart Schuffman shared the notices on social media calling out the individual for the “pretty strong feelings” on observations they had made that brought them to issue their demands.
Well someone has some pretty strong feelings. pic.twitter.com/lIoXEzQs01
— (((BrokeAssStuart))) (@BrokeAssStuart) March 15, 2022
Following the top-billed instruction to “stop wearing vests, you look like a Republican,” the notice went on to claim San Francisco had the second-best public transportation system in the United States and therefore all commuters should abandon their personal vehicles, including electric ones.
The notice further went on to decry claims of rampant homelessness and criminality as not only wrong, but racist, before further demanding locals stop spending time in the Marina. “Only Republicans go out in the Marina,” they asserted before noting, “You live in San Francisco now, its time to start acting like it.”
Setting aside the obvious fact that this person chose to judge the recognition of measurable facts like homelessness and crime as bigoted in the same post that belittles people based on their particular behavior and attire, they missed the point that one of the largest purveyors of this garment refuses to associate with Republicans.
The Guardian reported on limiting of the so-called “tech bro” vest by the outdoor company to corporations that “prioritize the planet.” In their corporate sales catalog they note, “For each order, we require disclosure as to the type of company whose name will appear on the Patagonia product and how the product will be used. We reserve the right to refuse service.”
This policy was expanded on when, in 2021, the woke manufacturer ended their relationship with the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort after the retreat hosted a Republican fundraiser for lawmakers including Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA).
Patagonia shared their stance with “the local community” in protest and said, “We will continue to use our business to advocate for stronger policies to protect our planet, end hate speech and support voting rights and a strong democracy.”
The irony in the post against Republicans in the Marina was not lost on those who consider it the only decent place to still visit in the city.
Oh is that why the Marina is such a peaceful clean place, no crime? Ok I got it. So pretty much if you want the best life living in San Francisco, be a Republican
— Carmel Foster (@justice4carmel) March 16, 2022
This kind of self-own has been reported in the Bay Area before when another San Francisco liberal pointed out how terrible conditions had grown in the area that boasts “the most liberal, left-wing government & population in the country.”
Here is what confuses me about San Francisco.
We have the most liberal, left-wing government & population in the country.
We have a $13B budget.
And we have 8,000 people sleeping in the rain this week.
Can someone please explain this to me?
— Michelle Tandler (@michelletandler) December 26, 2021
Her conclusion on the crime and homelessness and overall degradation of the city was, “if this what Progressive stands for – I want the opposite.”
Others shared in pointing out the inanity of the posts arguments and noted how nice it must be to list those as one’s biggest concerns and to be that out of touch with reality.
I like to imagine this for sure not unhinged (unfringed?) person ranked their grievances in order of importance. Who else will speak for the anti-vesters??
— Crg (@craig_b10) March 16, 2022
We’ve become a city of vest-wearers and thank god someone has the courage to speak out about it.
— Hulga Hepstone (@grudgerun) March 16, 2022
About the most San Francisco thing you can do is complain that other people, particularly those who moved here after you, are not being good San Franciscans and are spoiling the city.
Every group gets blamed and then in turn blames the next group to move here. #SanFrancisco
— JP (he/him/they/them) 🇺🇦 (@jpp123) March 16, 2022
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